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Welcome to Safety Central

Cheshire's interactive lifeskills centre

 

Helping you and those you care for stay safe, keep healthy and be happy. That’s our objective at Safety Central, Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service’s interactive lifeskills education centre at Lymm near Warrington.

Our stunning £4.5m indoor village - with its four themed zones - provides a truly immersive learning environment, where people of all ages can develop the skills and knowledge they need to stay safe and well at home, on the road in and in our community. We share an impressive circular building with Lymm Fire Station, so visitors also get the chance to see firefighters in action, undertaking their specialist training.

We’re delighted to offer a range of free learning programmes, about which you can find more information on our LEARN pages. You can also book your session via our VISIT page.

 

Latest news

SafetyStars

Youngsters to become SafetyStars

20 June 2018

In response to demand from schools for a programme aimed at younger children, we are delighted to announce we are now taking bookings for our new Key Stage 1 SafetyStars session.

Mark is pictured here with Lucy Jenkins, Diebold Nixdorf’s UK and Ireland Marketing Manager, and Paul Ferris, Product Specialist

Promoting cashpoint safety

06 February 2018

The importance of keeping yourself, your PIN and your money safe when withdrawing cash is now on the agenda for learners at Safety Central.

Deputy Chief Fire Officer Mark Cashin presents SP Energy Network’s Director Stephen Stewart with a ranger polo shirt, to mark the start of the new partnership. They are joined from SP Energy Networks by Shelley Wheatley, Public Safety Consultant; Andy Oakes, Senior Project Manager and Wilma Kelly, Head of Health and Safety and Mark Shone, Safety Central’s Centre Manager.

Powerful new partnership announced

17 February 2017

Safety Central, Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service's new safety and life skills education centre in Lymm, is delighted to announce the launch of an exciting partnership with SP Energy Networks to educate people in Cheshire, Halton and Warrington on the dangers of electricity.

 
 

We're social

18 December 2018



#Day 7 Most fires start in the kitchen - never leave a cooker or other kitchen appliances unattended #HomeSafety #12Days #Kitchen #ElectricalSafety

18 December 2018

"Absolutely amazing event, so far we've heard from Jaf Din, Rob Jackson & completed our first group tour, emotions o… https://t.co/TGgkJXL36J"

18 December 2018

"#Day 7 Most fires start in the kitchen - never leave a cooker or other kitchen appliances unattended #HomeSafety… https://t.co/ZVpzWZyq8o"

18 December 2018

"RT @jonesybach78: Looking forward to getting out of the office today to see our Home Office-funded project in action @SafetyCentralCH #Trad…"

26 February 2016


Safety Central will be Cheshire’s first interactive lifeskills education centre, where visitors of all ages can learn how to stay safe, well and happy in some of the places and situations they might otherwise come to harm.

 
 
Safety Central, Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service, Cliff Lane, Lymm, Warrington, Cheshire, WA13 0TE | 01606 868643